Tag Archives: shotguns

Shotgun 101 – Skill Building

We want to share a few things on consistency and gun fit and how they play a role in your improvement and shooting enjoyment.  Skill building to most is misunderstood. Especially to outdoor enthusiasts who are either wing shooters or clay shooters. Continue reading Shotgun 101 – Skill Building

The Apple and The Orange

We are coming up on our 28th year as professional coaches and looking back there is not one thing we would change or do differently. My, how our teaching techniques have changed and evolved with the evolution of science about the brain and vision and how our brain creates our reality. Continue reading The Apple and The Orange

The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy (Collector’s Edition)

Twenty-four years ago, the history of the Browning Company from 1926 to 1995 was told in great detail for the first time. From its financial history to its corporate personalities, The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy was a story written by firearms historian Ned Schwing about the gun and the companies and men who made it. Continue reading The Browning Superposed: John M. Browning’s Last Legacy (Collector’s Edition)

Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear

We have shooters fill out our shooter form on our Knowledge Vault website on a weekly basis and ask many questions from mental performance to gun mount to follow-through to choke and so on. Continue reading Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear